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Christmas Comet

Christmas Comet

To some the skies are filled with mystery and wonder. But on Sunday the 16th of December the skies shall be lit with a comet’s glow. Early Sunday morning around 8am, the Brightest comet since the 1950s will pass across the Earth’s sky. Being named the Christmas Comet due to its proximity to Christmas. 

It sadly will not have much of a tail to see, but it all one needs to do is look for its bright green glow. And look toward the Pleiades Star cluster. 

But experts say that you should be able to see the comet with your naked eye, but it is best to use binoculars or a telescope.  

If you can you should try and see the Christmas comet, as you won’t be able to see it again for another 20 some years.

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